This was, by far, the most human episode I've ever seen. Maybe even in all of the mcu.
Sam still being considerate of Walker after he just murdered someone. (that takes A LOT. we've always seen superheroes let their fist do the talking first)
Sam and Torres just having a casual conversation with each other, and the mentor-student vibe of Sam passing down the wings to him.
Walker's breakdown when he was discharged. (Wyatt Russell was incredible)
The American government not being able to tolerate what their country represents, because that's exactly what Walker is. A human form of the USA.
Zemo and Bucky. The relief written all over Bucky's face when he takes back control of his narrative.
Ayo going back to calling Bucky, "White Wolf", the reestablishment of trust and the small smile she gives him.
The whole scene with Isaiah and Sam. Everything about it.
Sam coming back home, to where he's most comfortable, being among people he knows and loves.
Bucky and Sam fixing the boat. Do I need to explain?
Walker straight up lying to Lemar's family to make himself feel better. (let's be honest, it was a dick move, but it was human. People do that sometimes)
Bucky coming to terms with the fact that it was wrong for him to keep shoving Steve's legacy in Sam's hands (realizing a mistake and accepting that you were wrong is an incredibly human thing to do)
Bucky actually apologising to Sam. Not your dudebro or some superhero type bs. He actually apologized. With words.
Sam and Bucky talking it out. I'm pretty sure this was the longest emotional conversation in all of mcu (again, I need to ramble about this later)
Sam and Sarah talking. Sarah telling him how much she believes in him.
"what's the point of all that pain and sacrifice if I wasn't willing to stand up and keep fighting?"
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